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Great players as teachers: Pablo Casals in 1960

In our October issue, we explore Pablo Casals' teaching methods. In this ten-minute clip from 1960, the great cellist teaches students at UC Berkeley about interpretation and technique, using Brahms' Sonata no.1 in E minor op.38.

With Nina de Veritch (cellist) and Janet Goodman (pianist)

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John

Simply one of the best. "El cant dels ocells" is one of my favourite songs. And just one thing, his name is Pau Casals, not Pablo Casals.

22:43 - Tuesday, 03 September 2013

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